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BY DI PHOTOSTAFF | FEBRUARY 19, 2009 7:59 AM

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Postal Service worker James Huntington loads packages for delivery near Washington and Dubuque Streets on Wednesday. Huntington said the packages were scheduled for a 4 p.m. drop-off.

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UI graduate student Daniel Brooks holds a pigeon inside a lab in Seashore Hall on February 18, 2009. Brooks, along with professor of pyschology Ed Wasserman, developed experiments to determine the level of cognition pigeons possess. They found that pigeons could distinguish objects from one another and categorize the items as well.

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Iowa sophomore Karessa Farley prepares for the Hawkeyes’ indoor track practice at the Recreation Building on Tuesday. Farley set a school record for the 60-meter hurdles last weekend at the Iowa State Classic.

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Ho Jung Choi looks over his second year, second semester Korean class as they take a quiz in Philips Hall on February 18, 2009. A proposed measure could save the UI up to $250,000, but some faculty members say the proposal would make meeting growing demand more difficult.

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UI senior Kristin Mirocha studies physics inside the library on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009. Mirocha was able to meet other girls in science and engineering programs before her freshman year at Iowa through the STEM Equity Pipeline Project.

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Cassandra Schiano (left) and Tory Flack play a pair of self-described political prisoners in “Eggs for Breakfast, Hacks for Snacks” in the Theater Building on Tuesday. The production is one of eight short plays students will perform at the theater department’s 10-Minute Play Festival this weekend.
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Red and the Eds bassist Josh Elvidge (left) and drummer Jeff Keyser (right) take a break from practice on Feb. 9. The trio, consisting of longtime friends Elvidge, Keyser, and guitarist Ed Hall, will perform at the Yacht Club at 8 p.m. today.
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Naomi Klein gives a lecture at the IMU Main Lounge on Wednesday Feb. 18, 2009. Klein is the author of the best-seller The Shock Doctrine.
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Iowa sophomore tennis player Alexis Dorr washes a table inside the Hillcrest Marketplace on Tuesday. In addition to her part-time job at the Hillcrest Marketplace, she manages 21 credit hours of classes and plays tennis for the Hawkeyes.
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The UI College of Pharmacy building at 115 S. Grand is pictured on Wednesday, February 18, 2009. The College of Pharmacy was one of multiple areas in which student jobs have been cut; 32 jobs were cut there in December due to a drop in business.
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UI nonfiction writer Gabriel Houck sits in his apartment with his dog, Logan, on Feb. 18. Houck will read from his nonfiction essay thesis, which looks into the creative process behind a $27 million creationism museum in Kentucky, on Friday in the Old Capitol Senate Chamber.
 
 

 


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